17 episodes

A space where creatives can talk about topics they believe in. Motivating others in their creative journeys along the way.

Lets chat! @j0rjatay

Music: Tape Star by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

Always Creating Jorja Taylor

    • Arts

A space where creatives can talk about topics they believe in. Motivating others in their creative journeys along the way.

Lets chat! @j0rjatay

Music: Tape Star by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

    A chat with Maisie Benson

    A chat with Maisie Benson

    This week we have Maisie on the podcast. Maisie is a senior designer at JKR who has worked on initiatives such as Happy To Help and Think Food Bank. Maisie chats to me about her new role at JKR and what it's been like moving up in the industry and changing studios, the exciting initiatives she has worked on through collaborating with other creatives & the importance of trying out different techniques and broadening skill set. 

    Thank you Maisie for chatting with me and illustrating a beautiful podcast cover for Always Creating! 

    • 37 min
    A chat with Gurleen Raj

    A chat with Gurleen Raj

    This month I welcomed Gurleen onto the podcast. Gurleen is a Graphic Designer, Illustrator & all-round creative. Working as a junior designer in Bristol. I came across Gurleen via Instagram and loved her passion and dedication to her work so knew this would be a brilliant discussion. Listen along for a chat about Graduation blues and transitioning from uni life to work life - something I think a lot of us are going through right now. 

    Thank you Gurleen for being so honest and creating this amazing podcast cover showing the transition from uni to work life. 

    • 44 min
    A chat with Anthony Burrill

    A chat with Anthony Burrill

    Last week I enjoyed a catch up with Anthony Burrill. We chatted all about the topic of comparison and how it's something that never goes away. No matter what stage in your career you are at. Thank you Anthony for being so so honest, such a valuable conversation one that has personally helped me see comparison as something that can actually be a positive, that helps you to grow and develop your creative practice. 

    - podcast cover created by Anthony 

    https://anthonyburrill.com/

    • 22 min
    A chat with The Arena

    A chat with The Arena

    This week I chat to Dom, Ben and Lauren, the founders of the Arena! A space which supports, elevates & inspires young creatives. 

    We talk about the importance of the platform, the challenges faced by young creatives, how we can talk more about failures, along with some tips and tricks when starting out in your career that they've learnt along the way. And other initiatives that they are working on behind the scenes. Born out of collaboration and a need for change. 

    Hugeeee thank you to Dom, Ben and Lauren for wanting to be involved and creating this beautiful podcast cover. 

    It was a great chat so I recommend you all give it a listen! 

    Check out The Arena - https://www.thearena.org.uk/  

    • 50 min
    A chat with Liv & Lauren - Pickle Illustration

    A chat with Liv & Lauren - Pickle Illustration

    This week I'm joined with Lauren and Liv. The creative duo of Pickle Illustration, a business that helps to find creative ways to connect people. Turning spaces into places and engage communities, with their fun illustration style full of colour and personality. In this episode, we talk about how they built their creative business, the positives of working freelance and the collaborations and people they have met along the way.

    Thank you to Pickle for the beauutifullll podcast cover and a great chat!   

    For more of Pickle check out their website & connect with them on Instagram @pickleillustration 

    https://www.pickleillustration.com/blog

    • 56 min
    A chat with Daisy Pooley-Tolkien

    A chat with Daisy Pooley-Tolkien

    So excited to share my chat with Daisy this week! 

    Daisy is a communication designer, printmaker and calligrapher based in London, with an interest in social design and design for good.

    We talk about Daisy's project 'A place of unlearning', graduating in a pandemic, imposter syndrome, deciding to do a masters and how a grade shouldn't define your work. She speaks about working at Design by Country as a brand strategist and how rewarding it is to work with good people- because everyone deserves access to good design.  

    https://designbycountry.com/ 

    Check out Daisy's work: 

    https://www.dpooleytolkien.co.uk/

    https://aplaceofunlearning.com/

    @daisypooleytolkien

    • 1 hr 4 min

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